Azovets* confessed to desecration of a dead Russian soldier with a katana

Ukrainian soldiers near Artemovsk. archive photo

Former “Azov” soldier admitted that he desecrated the body of a dead Russian DPR fighter with a katana.

DONETSK, April 2 – RIA Novosti. A Ukrainian prisoner of war, a former soldier of the Azov nationalist regiment * (considered a terrorist organization and banned in Russia), Anton Shtukin, admitted to defiling the body of a dead DPR fighter with a samurai sword, a katana. private house.

In an interview with an RIA Novosti correspondent, Shtukin said that he had the body set on a chair in the street in Mariupol, smashed it with a katana and left it to intimidate Russian units before retreating.

Shtukin said, “I committed a brutal crime against the corpse of a DPR soldier… I took his body and sat it on a chair and harassed it by inserting a katana into it to intimidate the advancing forces.”

According to him, he stole a Japanese war sword from a private house.

“I had attempts to pierce the navel area, but stopped doing it because of the pea coat (which the victim was wearing). left it inside,” he said.

* A terrorist organization banned in Russia.

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